Alfa Laval at COP27

6–18 November, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt

Alfa Laval is proud to take part in COP27

The world’s largest meeting on climate change, COP (Conference of the Parties), is taking place for the 27th time in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. Once again, Alfa Laval is honoured to be part of the Swedish delegation in association with Business Sweden. Together with other large companies, we will be active at the conference as we accelerate the transition to a sustainable, decarbonized world.

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Why is Alfa Laval involved?

Alfa Laval is participating in COP27 because we need to accelerate the transition to net zero. Technologies are available today that can contribute to reaching Paris Agreement targets, and we want to make those solutions visible to policy makers. By doing so, we hope to accelerate their implementation and support the transition to a decarbonized future.

To move forward, we need to work across sectors, in partnerships that speed the deployment and commercialization of innovation towards decarbonization. COP27 is a forum for establishing those partnerships, as well as a place to listen and learn about the challenges. 

COP27 livestream from Business Sweden

Business Sweden is livestreaming throughout COP27, and you can watch it here. For the times of discussions involving Alfa Laval experts, check below – where you can also watch on demand afterwards.



Our experts participating in COP27


Anna Celsing

Chief Sustainability Officer



Søren Andersen

VP Marine Division, CEO StormGeo


Brian Munch

VP BU Decanters


Madeleine Gilborne

VP Energy Division


Thomas Møller

President Energy Division 

How Alfa Laval was engaged in COP28

7 November

  • 10:00-13:45 EET − Inauguration of Swedish pavilion - The Role of Innovation in the Green Transition.  Speaker: Anna Celsing Watch here (YouTube)

8 November

  • 09:00-09:40 EET − Scope 3 emissions – Challenges and opportunities.  Speaker: Anna Celsing  Watch here (YouTube)
  • 12:00-13:00 EET − How is Sweden enabling the green transition in other countries?  Speaker: Madeleine Gilborne  Watch here (YouTube)

9 November

  • 16:00-17:30 EET − Long Duration Energy Storage Council - Net-zero heat report launch webinar.  Speaker: Thomas Møller Watch here (YouTube)

10 November

  • 14:00-14:40 EET − The role of digitalization in the transition to net zero.  Speaker: Anna Celsing Watch here (YouTube)
  • 15:00-15:40 EET − The Swedish industry transition - Fossil-free steel to change the world.  Speaker: Thomas Møller Watch here (YouTube)
  • 16:00-16:40 EET − Carbon Capture and Storage.  Speaker: Madeleine Gilborne Watch here (YouTube)
  • 17:00-17:40 EET − Individual versus industrial change - who is responsible for reaching global net zero emissions?  Speaker: Anna Celsing Watch here (YouTube)

11 November

  • 09:00-09:40 EET − Long duration energy storage – the piece of the puzzle to enable the energy transition.  Speaker: Madeleine GilborneWatch here (YouTube)
  • 10:00-11:00 EET − Sustainable Material Hubs - Capturing the opportunity in materials transition. Speaker: Thomas Møller Sign up for the virtual session (
  • 11:00-11:45 EET − Accelerating the global deployment of CCUS.  Speaker: Madeleine Gilborne − Register here
  • 11:00-11:40 EET − Circular solution for sludge recycling in Norweigan fish farming.  Speaker: Jarle Ragnhildstveit Watch here (YouTube)
  • 14:30-15:30 EET − Dare to share – your future depends on it. Speaker: Anna Celsing Programme (
  • 16:20-17:40 EET − The importance of system-thinking and circularity for decarbonization.  Speaker: Anna Celsing Watch here (YouTube)
  • 17:00-18:00 EET − Let's unlock energy efficiency in industry today!  Speaker: Thomas Møller Watch here (YouTube)

12 November

  • 13:00-13:40 EET − Technological innovations accelerating circularity within the food value chain.  Speaker: Brian Munch Watch here (YouTube)
  • 14:00-14:40 EET − How can we produce sufficient, healthy, and affordable protein in a sustainable way to feed a global population of 11 billion people by 2050?  Speaker: Brian Munch Watch here (YouTube)

14 November

  • 09:00-09.40 EET − Green transition in the port and shipping industry.  Speaker: Søren Andersen Watch here (YouTube)
  • 13:00-13:40 EET − How to avoid our oceans to be filled up with resources that should be kept in circulation.  Speaker: Madeleine Gilborne Watch here (YouTube)

Supporting UN goals

Learn how Alfa Laval contributes to 15 of the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


  • Alfa Laval at COP28 – committed to fast-tracking the energy transition toward net zero – Read the news

More about the difference we make

Through work with energy efficiency, clean energy, circularity and more, Alfa Laval is providing poineering sustainable solutions. Here are just a few concrete examples.

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The Energy Efficiency Movement

As part of the Energy Efficiency Movement, Alfa Laval is putting focus on the most sustainable form of energy – the energy that hasn’t been produced in the first place.

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Re-Made to Matter

Teaming up in a ground-breaking exchange programme for heat exchangers, Alfa Laval and Stena Recyling are creating a circular approach to heating and cooling applications.

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Concept Zero

Alfa Laval is partnering with SSAB to develop the world’s first heat exchanger made from fossil-free steel. This is a key step on our way to a fully carbon neutral heat exchanger by 2030.

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Plant-based protein

Plants can answer the rising demand for sustainable protein sources, and Alfa Laval is making it happen. Our solutions for processing plant-based protein boost both quality and yield.

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Long duration energy storage

As an initiator of the Long Duration Energy Storage (LDES) Council, Alfa Laval is working to remove a key barrier to clean power: the intermittent nature of renewable energy.

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Green hydrogen

Green hydrogen offers a zero-emission fuel solution for many sectors. Through a broad portfolio of thermal and separation technologies, Alfa Laval is enabling the transition.

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Beer concentration

Revos is a high-pressure, low-temperature concentration system that removes water from beer and beverages yet retains the original flavour profile upon rehydration. 


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Olive oil processing

By using evaporation systems and decanter separation technology it is possible to harvest valuable antioxidants and pomace olive oil from the leftovers of the olive oil extraction process.


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Weather information services

StormGeo, owned by Alfa Laval, provides weather information services helping customers mitigate risk, improve safety and make sustainable choices on routes and operations.


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